Lukasz Skorka

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Indanthrone, an old, insoluble dye can be converted into a solution processable, self-assembling and electroluminescent organic semiconductor, namely tetraoctyloxydinaptho[2,3-a:2',3'-h]phenazine (P-C8), in a simple one-pot process consisting of the reduction of the carbonyl group by sodium dithionite followed by the substitution with solubility inducing(More)
New symmetrical arylene bisimide derivatives formed by using electron-donating-electron-accepting systems were synthesized. They consist of a phthalic diimide or naphthalenediimide core and imine linkages and are end-capped with thiophene, bithiophene, and (ethylenedioxy)thiophene units. Moreover, polymers were obtained from a new diamine,(More)
We have explored the photoluminescence (PL) and electronic properties, that is, orbital energies and resulting energy gap calculated theoretically by density functional theory (DFT) of four unsymmetrical (UAz1-UAz4) azomethines. All of the investigated compounds exhibited mesomorphic behavior. The photoluminescence studies have shown that molecular(More)
Two low molecular weight electroactive donor-acceptor-donor (DAD)-type molecules are reported, namely naphthalene bisimide (NBI) symmetrically core-functionalized with dithienopyrrole (NBI-(DTP)2 ) and an asymmetric core-functionalized naphthalene bisimide with dithienopyrrole (DTP) substituent on one side and 2-ethylhexylamine on the other side(More)
This report describes the study of a dimer d2+ and a linear trimer t3+ of amminium radical cations coupled by 3,4'-biphenyl spin coupling units. The synthesis of the parent diamine and triamine and their optical and electrochemical properties obtained by UV-visible and cyclic voltammetry are presented. The chemical doping of the parent diamine d and(More)
Triarylamines oxidized to radical cations can be used as stable spins sources for the design of high-spin compounds. Here, we present the synthesis of the polyarylamine-containing hexaazacyclophanes linked via meta-terphenyl bridges. Spins, created after oxidation of the polymer, can be coupled magnetically in cyclophane moieties via meta-phenyl and along(More)
Star-shaped conjugated molecules, consisting of a benzene central unit symmetrically trisubstituted with either oxa- or thiadiazole bithiophene groups, were synthesized as promising molecules and building blocks for application in (opto)electronics and electrochromic devices. Their optical (Eg (opt)) as well as electrochemical (Eg (electro)) band gaps(More)
Simple modification of benzo[h]benz[5,6]acridino[2,1,9,8-klmna]acridine-8,16-dione, an old and almost-forgotten vat dye, by reduction of its carbonyl groups and subsequent O-alkylation, yields solution-processable, electroactive, conjugated compounds of the periazaacene type, suitable for the use in organic electronics. Their electrochemically determined(More)
Vibrational dynamics in triarylamine dendrimers was studied in a complementary way by Raman and infrared (IR) spectroscopies and incoherent inelastic neutron scattering (IINS). Three molecules were investigated, namely, unsubstituted triarylamine dendrimer of the first generation and two dendrimers of the first and second generation, substituted in the(More)
Linear, alternating polymers of aromatic amines (p-phenylenediamine, bis(p-aminophenyl)amine, and diaminocarbazole) and either m-phenylene or 3,5-pyridine have been synthesized and characterized by electrochemical and spectroscopic means. The presence of radical cations in their electrochemically oxidized forms is manifested by new bands in the UV-vis-NIR(More)
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